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Hadith supports that mosques should be built where idols could be found. Does hadith belong to the words of Allah?

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Submitted by zuma (United States), Jul 14, 2017 at 04:36

Book #2, hadith #450, Sunan, "Narrated Uthman ibn Abul'As: the Prophet (nay peace be upon him) commanded him to build a mosque at Ta'if where the idols were placed."

Why should a mosque be built at the place where idols were placed since it seemed to be idolatry?

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